"Someone once said to me, ‘Chinasa: why do you always exude this strong, nothing gets to me attitude, but are fragile when defending something you believe in?"
"I have put together five reasons why Nigeria should increase its health budget."
Tuberculosis (TB) knows no boundaries and can affect all people regardless of age, gender or social status. Two of Africa’s most powerful icons, Nobel Prize winners Nelson Mandela and Desmond Tutu contracted this disease, and survived. Their personal triumph gives hope to millions of people around the world that TB is treatable - and completely curable.
At 24, Esther became the first female commercial pilot in Rwanda. It shocked a lot of people...
In 2016, ONE will launch a Champions program to identify amazing individuals who will support our campaigning and advocacy efforts across Africa. The first group on Champions will be based in Nigeria. Here are some exciting reasons why you should join this movement of individuals who want to change the world!
As the new Global Goals start to sink it, it is exciting to appreciate how they are linked to some wisdom that has been passed on for many generations through African proverbs. Here is a sneak peak in to some of my favourites! Goal 1: No Poverty – End poverty in all its forms everywhere Poverty is slavery. ~Somalian Proverb Goal 2: Zero Hunger - End hunger, achieve food security and improved nutrition and promote sustainable agriculture Hunger is felt by a slave and hunger...
As the women’s month comes to a close, ahead of the annual UN General Assembly in New York, SABC and ONE are launching the Strong Girl Campaign with the aim to engage South Africans on the importance of putting women and girls at the center of their UNGA commitments where new development goals will be agreed.
Every strong girl looks up to other outstanding women to keep her inspired. As we celebrate South Africa women’s month, the ONE Campaign in Africa celebrates these amazing women who have made their mark.
To commemorate World Refugee Day, ONE celebrates five powerful women who were once refugees but who over came various challenges and today stand as beacons of hope to many people all over the world.
As we know from this weeks Big Brother task, food is a hugely important part of African life… From agriculture, to cooking, to big family meals, our crops and our culture are what binds us to our countries and to our economies. In order to celebrate the diversity of crops our continent can support we’ve decided to put together a list of our favourite foods. Are yours on our list?! 1. Ugali na nyama choma (East African): “nyama choma,” which translates...